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operacoines de retina en la florida. sus pacientes van desde reconocidos artistas y politicos, ha donado decena sde millones de dólares a campañas politicas, ofrecio una fiesta a bill clinton, leonel fernandez ex presidente de roger borges. de república dominicana. viajo bob menéndez tres veces en su avion privado a república dominicana. >>dijo que bill y hillary clinton pasaron vacaciones en su casa en república dominicana. >>se registor su oficina por fraudes a medicare, y habria puesto a disposicion de bob menéndez prostitutas menores de edad en república dominicana. >>se pidió al departamento de justicia que se investigue a bob menéndez y se entrego testimonios. >>pudo confirmar que bob menéndez es amigo de mengel, pero nunca pudimos confirmar las acusaciones serias contra el senador y por ello fue remitida la investigación al fbi. >>bob menéndez habria reembolsos el dinero recibido por viajar a república dominicana. >>bob menéndez es mi amigo , y es un senado excepcional, es el nuevo jefe del comité de relaciones exteriores, cualquier pregunta sobre este asunto deben
a retina and create the cells that go behind a retina and if i show it a picture it says that's interesting it's not interesting, and it can follow things around. we didn't program it. we just taught it. it's very fascinating and it works the way your rain works. the neuron sends a little spike and it trastles a certain amount of time and gets to the next neuron and there are spikes that all come together and when they add up another spike comes out. that's how your brain works inside and we're modeling that. >> rose: how close are we to artificial intelligence? >> it depends how you define that. so there are things right now that people used to define as artificial intelligence in terms of speech recognition, playing chess, all those kinds of things. i think the broader question is, do these things-- is consciousness an emergent property? does it actually become fully intelligent and aware the way we think of them? it's kind of science fiction like. ip don't know the answer to that question. but i do know that we're building things that are modeling the way that your brain actually works.
for physiology or medicine for his work with them. a team at the kobe institute plans to create retina tissue. they will transplant it into patients suffering from a disease that could eventually cause blindness. if they win approval they will start the world's first clinical trial of ips cells within the year. researchers on a government-led project will start to develop drugs for diseases currently without a cure. scientists at five research institutes will create ips cells from the tissues of patients suffering from alzheimer's and parkinson's disease. they will transfer the ips cells into deceased tissue to find out how the illnesses develop and then work with pharmaceutical firms to decide how to treat the diseases. the researchers hope to develop new drugs and start a clinical trial in five years. >>> some adults have to get used to electronic gadgets but many young children take to them naturally. now they're starting to use smart phones and the educational apps designed for them to get even smarter. >> reporter: this woman and her daughter live in tokyo. her daughter is just a year an
pacquiao , para poner fin en la cuarta pelea la número 1 en la retina de todos los mexicanos , el tri gana oro en juegos olimpicos en londres 2012 es todo feliz año para todos , nos vemos en el 2013 , ahí nos vemos . >>> para saber que tanto frío aquí està el prónostico vamos con eduardo rodríguez y las condiciones del tiempo . >>> hola que tal les saluda su meteorologo eduardo rodríguez . >>> bueno muchisima felicidad , para usted y su familia , que el año se buena para usted también las condiciones en casa las temperaturas máximas en 52 , 52 , okland , san josè en 53 , mañanas bastantes frías , la temperatura , en 0 el frío va a seguir temperaturas muy bajas y aviso de congelacion , toda està zona donde las temperaturas , especificamente alerta de congelacion , son 32 grados algunos sectores menos , està pequeña perturbacion aumentara en el norte de la bahía en general nublados que deben continuar su movimiento hacia el sur las próximas horas ,y ayudar que el flujo de aire frío permanesca el 1 de enero podría ser el día más frío en lo que va de temporada , los pr
get through in an instant. they use eye scans, retina scans and use technology to get people through and they're paid on that, and here they're getting paid to be slow and hey did you watch the show last night? >> and steve, steve, weigh in quickly. >> it's for your protection, like it's for your health going to the doctor's office they shouldn't privatize this and shouldn't get rid of the scanners. >> brenda: thanks, guys and thank you, steve for joining us. >> my pleasure. >> brenda: we appreciate it. with millions of americans suffering from the flu, the name that could stop it from spreading. >> does anybody else have something else i can probably use. anti-bacterial wipes perhaps?
cuarto titulo y termino llenando la retina de los esperados, murray cae con su mejor tenis yu pierde un solo set, djocovic gana. >> salvador gano a belica, saludos. >> gracias, llegamos al final, siga en sintonía por que viene el noticiero univisión y venimos con mas en menos de 5 horas. amos.s vemos,. >> buenas tardes bienvenidos a su noticiero univisión fin de semana, un incendio arrazo un club nocturno, las autoridades dicen que las víctimas podrían superar las 240 personas. >> vemos el origen del siniestro. >> lo que había comenzado en el espectáculo: de pirotecnia cobro la vida de centenares de personas con el incendio. >> vbomberos y socorristas tumbaron a martillazos las paredes del club nocturno, adentro luchan contra el humo asfixiante, los heridos se cuentan por cientos, las mayorias murieron aplastadas por la estampida de personas que era la única. >> en el centro deportivo para su posterior identificancion >> esta doctora dice que esta atestado de heridos mientras afuera muchos familiares buscan a sus familiares. >> derramando lagrimas la presidenta dilma rusef suspe
was 2 years old when he discovered he had retina cancer, but at 10 years old he decide, i'm going to learn to skateboard, and he can do it. >> talk about other senses. a skateboard, going all over the place like he can see where he's going and he can't. >> anywhere i go on a spaceboard, it's all based on sound. i'm constantly using the sound of my wheels to check if there's anything in my way. give myself directions. >> this video was put together by perry sports. according to perry sports, there's 3.7 million sports injuries a year. this campaign is called "be brave, be safe." he wears protective gear. >> for me, protective gear is the difference between absolutely terrified while skateboarding, and being totally confident. >> he falls but hasn't had an injury because he wears the protective gear. >> he's trying, like, stunts and stuff, too. >> yeah. this is definitely an inspiring video. for anyone who thinks they can't get out and try something. >> fighting on the front line when -- see backblast from that rocket launcher, it did launch the guy backwards. >> we've got the story
and create a retina and create the cells that go behind a retina and if i show it a picture it says that's interesting, it's not interesting, and it can follow things around. we didn't program it. we just taught it. it's very fascinating and it works the way your rain works. the neuron sends a little spike, and it trastles a certain amount of time and gets to the next neuron and there are spikes that all come together and when they add up another spike comes out. that's how your brain works inside and we're modeling that. >> rose: how close are we to artificial intelligence? >> it depends how you define that. so there are things right now that people used to define as artificial intelligence in terms of speech recognition, playing chess, all those kinds of things. i think the broader question is, do these things-- is consciousness an emergent property? does it actually become fully intelligent and aware the way we think of them? it's kind of science fiction like. ip don't know the answer to that question. but i do know that we're building things that are modeling the way that your brain
, you get through in an instant. they use eye scans, retina scans and use technology to get people through and they're paid on that, and here they're getting paid to be slow and hey did you watch the show last night? >> and steve, steve, weigh in quickly. >> it's for your protection, like it's for your health going to the doctor's office they shouldn't privatize this and shouldn't get rid of the scanners. >> brenda: thanks, guys and thank you, steve for joining us. >> my pleasure. >> brenda: we appreciate it. with millions of americans suffering from the flu, the name that could stop it from spreading. >> does anybody else have something else i can probably use. anti-bacterial wipes perhaps? (announcer) at scottrade, our clients trade and invest exactly how they want. with scottrade's online banking, i get one view of my bank and brokerage accounts with one login... to easily move my money when i need to. plus, when i call my local scottrade office, i can talk to someone who knows how i trade. because i don't trade like everi'm with scottrade. me. (announcer) scottrade. awarded fi
though, and they have no hijackings, you get through in an instant. they use eye scans, retina scans and use technology to get people through and they're paid on that, and here they're getting paid to be slow and hey did you watch the show last night? >> and steve, steve, weigh in quickly. >> it's for your protection, like it's for your health going to the doctor's office they shouldn't privatize this and shouldn't get rid of the scanners. >> brenda: thanks, guys and thank you, sve for joining us. >> my pleasure. >> brenda: we appreciate it. with millions of americans suffering from the flu, the name that could stop it from spreading. >> does anybody else have something else i can probably use. anti-bacterial wipes perhaps? with the spark miles card from capital one, thor gets great rewards for his small business! your boa! [ garth ] thor's small business earns double miles on every purchase, every day! ahh, the new fabrics. put it on my spark card. ow. [ garth ] why settle for less? the spiked heels are working. wait! [ garth ] great businesses deserve great rewards. [ male announc
blindness is a defect in the retina color sensing pigment autos we have one sensitive to green light and one to red light. we can notice they overlap a lot. >> the red and green overlap and both look brown unless you can block a narrow part of the spectrum between red and green. that is what encroma does. >> this goes way beyond just a new appreciation for plant life. man made world is built out of color. being able to tell them apart can be a matter of safety from. traffic lights to road signs if you can't see color, he says you're likely to hes state swlu to make a split-second decision n clinical trials he says the patients made snap judgments 30% faster. what tickles him is something eels they pointed at a la convenient dar color. they've never seen lavender before in their live that. is the goose bump moment for me. >> coming up, the project changing the face of san francisco. >> turning a corner of the city >>> tonight money matters a solid performance from google reporting earnings. $2.9 billion, up 7% from last year, google says advertisers spent more money over holidays in pursuit o
retinoid like retin-a that help to thicken the skin. and then in addition you can use dna repair enzyme creams and growth factor serums to improve complexion. >> and avoid sleeping face down if you can. >> when they come in for a consultation they have deeper folds on one side of the face. they may have lines up here on the forehead. >> central heating and air conditioning can dry the skin. they recommend a humidifier. some other tips, avoid using straws too often which can deepen the lines on the upper lip. clean items like glass and cell phones to avoid reactions from bacteria. exercise regularly since weight gain can trigger hormonal reactions that weaken collagen. >> maintaining a healthy body in general reflects on your skin. >> the skin is sort of a mirror that reflects what is going on on the inside. >> following the tips is helping her put her best face forward. carolyn johnson. >> one note on dieting, gaining weight and losing too often can age skin prematurely because of the sick lick cal stretching and sagging of the skin. >>> a new poll suggests americans are not aware of al
time in his life. >>reporter: it's genetic defect in the retina color sensing pigment. >> we have the sensitive to green light. and one that sensitive to red late. you can medley notice that the green and red sensitive photo pigment overlap each other a lot. >>reporter: someone with color deefficiency the red and green overlap so much they both look basically brown. unless you can block a narrow part of the spectrum between red and greechbility that's what this chrome does. meaning orange flower will finally stand out from the green leaves behind it. but for someone with is color deficient either way beyond new appreciation for plant life. man made world is built out of color. being able to tell them apart is a matter ofafety. from traffic lights to road sign if you captain see color he says you are more likely to hesitate when you have to make a split second decision. in the clinical trials he says color blind patients made the snap judgments 30 percent faster with the glasses on. what really tickle him is something else. >> point out a lavender flower they have never
pad would be named ultimate and have a retina display as well. it is expected to have the same design, color, and wireless combinations though. >>> a good night's sleep seems to be crucial to brain function in the elderly but for the first time scientists at uc berkeley are finding a connection between poor sleep, memory loss, and brain deterioration as we age. younger people have deep sleep patterns that help the brain restore and retain memories and information. as we age, the quality of our sleep, deteriorates and prevents the memories from being saved by the brain at night. findings sheds light on some of the forgetfulness common to the elderly like difficulty remembering names. >>> rob is here. we both know that sleep deprivation will certainly keep you from remembering things you need to remember. >> that happens. especially if w. this newscast at midnight. >> that's right. what's your name again? i can't remember. >> we're up a little late tonight. let's see if we remember our names by then. right now, cool outside. about 36 degrees cool already in napa. could have some patchy frost i
the exact moment the ship slammed into the retina. well, it could strike at any time. so how a historical landmark protect themselves from earthquakes. >> protect your pipes, plants and pets because it's going to be colder tonight than last night. looking out toward san francisco with a high today of 50. a low [ crickets chirping ] [ traffic passing ] ♪ [ music box: lullaby ] [ man on tv, indistinct ] ♪ [ lullaby continues ] [ baby coos ] [ man announcing ] millions are still exposed to the dangers... of secondhand smoke... and some of them can't do anything about it. ♪ [ continues ] [ gasping ] >>> well, living in california means living with the reality that an earthquake should hit any moment. historical landmarks are particularly at risk. cbs live reporter shows us thank yous to the work of one non-profit, they can be preserved even if the entire structure is destroyed in a natural disaster. >> it's where things meet. mission was built in 1776. archaeologists came to take a vigil footprint of all of california's missions. it's made pos
at a faster processor and a better camera. some consumers are waiting for the retina display it is also $330! the price of the ipad for regional could be cheaper when the ipad version second could be released. the iphone the six could be released and this is what analysts pre jac with a larger set christine's for what analysts, project a different color. with more scratch resistant and fainter technology and finger print technology for increased security. also, apple tv.. this would be easy to interpret all of your apple products and itunes. more previous attempts have failed in the previous because of the complications. gabe slate tech report >> jacqueline: showers on the/office reticulated the radar. mainly light conditions showers on/off for the radar tomorrow, things are going to start to taper off. be dry wh harley cloudy conditions. temperatures in the 50s and 60s. 58 through san francisco. 60s through napa, and this 60s in san jose. a rain/snowfall mixture. some flurries possible and the rainfall will be the story because it is going to be too warm for snowfall. largely dry on the for
become the eclipse you can't stop looking at. and before long, you retinas burned out and you can't see anything worth seeing. don't let this one super emotional story blind you to all of the other opportunities out there. opportunities that would be obvious if you spend less time thinking about apple and more time thinking about everything else. i know that's what i want to do after this basically in line to slightly weaker quarter. there wasn't anything to stop all this shouting about. i think you should stop listening to it too. let's go to joe in massachusetts. joe? >> caller: boo-yah, jim. >> boo-yah, joe. >> caller: i've got a question for you. they started off a little weak. i don't know if they are going to be a flash in the pan or should i jump ship and try something different? >> you know, i would jump ship. i didn't like what i heard, and i think you got lucky the stock isn't down. i think you should just ca-ching ca-ching and move on. patrick in new jersey. patrick? >> caller: hey, hello, mr. cramer. >> how are you? >> caller: good. big bon jovi boo-yah for you. >> love bon
128 gigabyte with retina display, it comes with a price tag. is this enough to make you buy one. folks, would you do it? >> i probably wouldn't. i have enough computers in my life and the price tag is too high for me? >> jane? >> for me they are trying to promote this more as a business tool by giving it more memory. what i do, the problem why i don't use this and use my blackberry, i still haven't mastered the virtual keyboard. >> the poll, plurality said, no, 799 too expensive. this week, a lot of stories out there, including michigan, the basketball team, for the first time since fab four go blue. a ravens safety named bernard pollard has given a bleak view of nfl. he said 30 years from now, i don't think the nfl will be in existence. i think the direction they are going, they, the nfl rulemakers, want to lighten up, throwing flags, fans are going to get fed up with it. do you agree? you're a football fan, sue, i know that. >> i'm a huge fan. i love the game. let's face it, it's a very brutal game. i think they need to continue to make steps to make it a safer game. i disagree. i do
high resolution retina display. it will look better when you are looking at it. it will be available on february february 5. that is what you have for apple. cheryl: nicole, thank you very much. a 10% down payment could be and the offering for first-time homebuyers. the ability to lead is still a hurdle. >> we have been to the biggest financial crisis since the great depression. history shows that crisis like that leave lasting scars. it is like the flu. you feel like you are over at and ready to go back to work and weeks later you still do not feel quite right. cheryl: he is the cofounder and managing partner of mortgage-backed solutions. i want to get your take on this. robert makes a good point that it is up and down and up and down. this could really hurt a lot of the positivity that we have had. >> that is so true, cheryl. we are talking about the fha program. what do they have to do for a solid first home buyer? you look at the fha insurance fund and not is okay and it is literally just okay. they have had to replenish that fund already. they are looking at, what do we have to
you? entrance by retina scan. i think i would pay $10 a month for my gym and it is just fine. melissa: can you imagine, spend that $25,000 and then you don't work out? lori: other thing, exactly to your point you will not procrastinate if you're having to foot that bill. melissa: i guess. if you do that you have money to burn and don't care. lori: they better do the exercise for me. melissa: they better work out for me. is liposuction included in that $25,000? i don't know. bob mack done neal joins me for a an interview for the new plan to eliminate the state's 17.5% gas tax can you believe that? i can't believe it is that high. how he wants to raise the state sales tax to compensate from 5 to 5.8%. that is tiny. that is 5:00 eastern on fox business. can't wait to crunch the numbers. lori: look forward to that. the trading day is still underway. keep it here on "markets now. ." we have former counsel tell of economic advisors member matthew slaughter says we have to talk action right away. he joins those two partners in crime, tracy and ashley next. don't miss it. ♪ chances are you'
. i think there's an understanding that changes required in europe. as an understanding retina surgery from the open, flexible, competitive era. there's a welcome for the fact were saying these are changes that should be there for all the european union. they would be tough to be in tough negotiations to come. my experience if you're single-minded about which you want, work in the queen of the european union and have reasonable relations with partners who can get things done. what i'm saying is first of all nothing is up to table. i put it very clearly the single market of the relationship. i would -- over the coming months and years before the election because that would be an audit of what europe should do less and country should do more. next question. andy bell. >> you yourself said it can negotiate an arrangement, is not the logic of your position there is every chance britain will not negotiate an arrangement with other european part is in there for the possibilities you an ad campaign in that referendum you're talking about? you have to accept that the possibility. >> would stea
. the sharper screen, retina screen. here's something the iphone can't do. change the battery, add a memory card when you run out of space. really nicely done. so both the hardware and software are really, really buv. they've put their thought into it. >> huh. walk me through degrees of innovation, david. in six months, in a year, what will we look back and say that's what blackberry brought to the table, that's the kind of thing that liveded on, game changeover. anything? >> yeah. they really thought through this thing. it's how much can you do with one hand. they did a lot more with swiping and gesture. the big thing is you can swipe in from one side and see your entire -- all your inboxes. so i'm, twitter, facebook, text messages, voice messages all in one place. very handy. you don't have to go hunting for an app. you tap the one and there you go. i love the little light up here that blinks subtly if one of those messages has come in if it's sitting on your desk. that's really good, getting away with icons on black surface. the text entry is really amazing. as you type a word, it guesses wha
bebé nace de antes de ciertas semanas y se le dilata la pupila, se le revisa la retina a ver que no haya nada, ningún problema por ser prematuro. eso lo hace un oftalmólogo o un oftalmólogo pediátrico. los exámenes de la vista de un recién nacido, un bebé, también llamado screen en inglés, realmente son hechos por los padres. a los tres meses ya podemos con seguridad empezar a notar algunas cosas que tengan los bebés. por ejemplo, si el bebé está viendo un papá, una mamá fijamente a los ojos, eso debe de aprenderse, más o menos, a los tres, cuatro meses, debe también poder fijar la mirada, en la sonrisa, en los ojos, en objetos como la sonaja, eh, como un teddy be,r un osito, cualquier cosa de ese tipo. también otra cosa que se puede hacer es, se pueden prender las luces de un cuarto cuando el cuarto está oscuro, y los bebés, obviamente como un adulto, deben de molestarse y ser sensibles a la luz, si el bebé no cierra los ojos ni se molesta cuando uno prende la luz ese es un signo que quizás haya algo que haya que atender. cuando van creciendo más los niños
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